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AP Lit Subjuctive Teacher And Presentation Help!

jasminesky321jasminesky321 Registered User Posts: 18 Junior Member
So I am a soph in ap lit and have a terrible subjunctive teacher. This one kid that cheats on all the work has an in the class, and she is so nice to him. + her daughter is in the class and does nada work and has the same. Every writing piece I do she says I didn't like the style or its because you cant write under pressure. She also laughs and mocks me in front of the class I know this year is almost done so cannot change it now. But it may be choosing whether I go to my dream school or not(Brown). I know this entire passage sounds rather snobby, but I'm just really struggling. Eng AP comp s next year and I feel Like i Should take it but I don't think she will ever like me. Should I take it online? Any help would be appreciated. I also Have our final project. i am reading Long Walk to freedom which she just laughed at me today about and told me "I dont know why you chose that book, U will probably not even understand most of it Thanks fr the support and Have 500 pages, a 12-page essay and a 15 min presentation to go and left and one week to do it. Everyone else gets three weeks, but I had the stomach flu so she chose my date for me and won't let me change.. Any advice on a presentation would be greatly appreciated

Replies to: AP Lit Subjuctive Teacher And Presentation Help!

  • HowardGradlyHowardGradly Registered User Posts: 131 Junior Member
    Sorry to hear. Have you had a meeting with her? Let her know that you are concerned with the rapport you two have established? May be worth it to share your experiences with her directly- request a meeting one on one.
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